Tobi, is not a dog, but a Functional Test framework !

Tobi ! Get’ there !

No, I am not calling back my smart dog, but trying to integrate Tobi (a functional testing framework) into a beautiful web site.
That’s the fact, Tobi is a javascript API with a Human Language Oriented methods to test some web interface.
If you want to test some Login Form, you will be able to write something like this:
var tobi = require('tobi') ,
  app = require('./my/app') ,
  browser = tobi.createBrowser(app);
browser.get('/login', function(res, $){
  $('form') .fill({ username: 'tj', password: 'tobi' })
    .submit(function(res, $){
      res.should.have.header('Content-Type', 'text/html; charset=utf-8');
      $('ul.messages')'li', 'Successfully authenticated');
      browser.get('/login', function(res, $){ res.should.have.status(200);
      $('ul.messages')'li', 'Already authenticated');
      // We are finished testing, close the server app.close();

With this smart javascript, you will be able to test login form with a ‘tobi’ password for a ‘tj’ user. and then detect if the authentication run ok or fail. And the descripted scenario is also testing the « Already authentified » process from this « /login » form.

Ready to test other things ?  go and visit this web site :

This framework was discoverdI had just discovered this framework exploring the feature from Mozilla !


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